Essential People Skills for Project Managers
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|Format: ||Paperback, 181 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 January 2005|
People problems can harm your project, causing delays, eroding quality, increasing costs, and resulting in high levels of stress for the team. Yet if you're like most project managers, you've never been taught the soft skills necessary for managing tough people issues. Essential People Skills for Project Managers brings the key concepts of people skills into sharp focus, offering specific, practical skills that you can grasp quickly, apply immediately and use to resolve these often difficult people issues. Derived from the widely popular original book, People Skills for Project Managers, this new version provides condensed content and a practical focus. * Apply project leadership techniques with confidence * Resolve conflicts and motivate team members * Help a team recover after a critical incident * Determine your team members' personal styles so you can work more effectively with them You'll also learn how to apply people skills for a more successful career and life! * Discover how to manage stress - personal and professional * Learn proven methods for managing your own career * Find out how to thrive in an atmosphere of change
A treasury of how-to guidance for project success, Essential People Skills for Project Managers teaches you the key people skills that you need to manage projects effectively.
About the Author
Steven W. Flannes, PhD, is a psychologist and management consultant with 18 years of experience in helping managers increase their effectiveness in the "people" areas of managing. Ginger Levin, DPA, is a senior consultant in project management with more than 25 years of experience in project management maturity assessments, development of training programs in project management, program evaluation and auditing, and organization development.
Management Concepts, Inc|
22.8 x 15.2 x 1.3 centimetres (0.34 kg)|
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